Attack of the Flesh-Eating Subterranean Bog-Monster from the Center of the Earth and Beyond the Moon: Apocalyptic Revenge! is a spoof of old 1950's sci-fi/horror films. It tells the story of an accident in the lab of "The Professor" when his cat is transformed into an evil bog-monster that is eating the people of the town. Can the professor defeat him.....with science?
Hilarious parody of the old "B" scifi/horror movies. Contains (deliberately) bad acting/props/etc. Give it a watch, it's only 8 minutes!
October 25, 2006 Subject:
I Remember It Like It Was Yesterday...
This parody of 50s sci-fi monster movies is pretty amusing, in an amateurish sort of way. It features a dorky teen couple, a mad scientist named the Professor, and a monster that looks like it was created at Muppet Labs. Silliness ensues for a little over 8 minutes, then it ends abruptly. This may not be Hollywood quality, but I donât want to discourage people with camcorders from creating this kind of fun, so Iâm giving it a high rating.
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: ****. Weirdness: ****. Historical Interest: ****. Overall Rating: ****.
September 24, 2004 Subject:
Beautiful, Just Beautiful
"I remember it like it was yesterday..."
Very ingenius, and the characters are so wonderfully horrible. Awesomely stupid. Awesomely creative. Awesomely Awesome. Keep up the good work.
April 21, 2004 Subject:
It was mind BOG-gling!!!!!
The bog monster indeed was misunderstood. This movie plumb makes me want to slide down a razor into a pool of alcohol, because I was just laughing so dag-nabbing hard. Johnny sure was a monster! In a way we are all like Johnny. When we try to find our true selves, there is someone out there trying to say "No you're not" and electro neutrify us. What a feast for my eyes this movie was!
Excellent spoof. I thought that the monster was the professor's cat. It's an alien from the center of the Earth and beyong the Moon who's purpose on Earth is to protect the abandoned underwater glowing uranium mine, which was the source of it's power, and it was his cat. Plot holes like those are what made the old Science Fiction movies classics.
Is there going to be a sequel?
April 9, 2004 Subject:
Just sit back and have a good laugh.
Let's see, the elements of this film are as follows: Black and white cinematography, sinister opening, way too long of a title, standard dorky piano score, an improbable and largely unexplained story of the creation of a horrible monster by a mostly mad scientist, 50's clothing and speech patterns, directing that tries to look good but isn't really, over-the-top campy dialogue, monster's-eye-view shots, very bad acting from the token screaming girl that gets eaten as well as from everyone else, monster made on the cheap, an improbable plan to stop the monster that sort of sounds scientific, an aluminum foil weapon (anti-neutrino gun!), bad intentional jokes, and a moment of pathos from the dying monster that convinced us once again that we are the true evil.
Golly gee whiz, this must be the keenest parody of all time! Just sit back and have a good laugh. This one was fun.